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    Diet,  Health,  Weight Management

    An Effective and Painless Weight Loss Guide

    Weight loss is never easy, and the two biggest factors that can affect your success are your determination and endless temptations. Dr. Terence Tan of Halley Medical Aesthetics understands this and the painful struggles with weight loss, so he has written a weight loss guide that balances your determination and the temptations to make it effective and painless. And you heard that right, weight loss can actually be painless, according to Dr. Terence Tan. “I eat healthily and exercise, why am I still not losing weight?!” More often than not, this is the first question that Dr. Terence Tan always got from his patients. And Dr. Terence Tan explained, “The main…

  • Body,  Diet,  Health,  Weight Management

    Why You Should Say No to Fad Diets

    What is the craziest thing you have ever done to lose weight? An entertainment artiste we spoke with recently shared that he started himself on an apple diet after reading about the “Five-day apple diet for weight loss” plan online. Although apples make up the bulk of the diet, this plan allows people to eat vegetables and other types of fruits and proteins. However, the artiste took it to the extreme, eating apples and only apples every single day. And he did it for a month. Yikes. At the end of this self-prescribed diet, the artiste admitted that he felt “really very miserable”. What was worse, he did not lose…

  • Health

    Let’s Talk Muscles

    Mention “muscles”, and for most people, images of buffed women and men come to mind. But muscles by definition are small tissues made of fibres and are responsible for essential things like our ability to move. Despite the general association and to a certain point, misconception of muscles and fit bodies — we all have them. Muscles at work So how do muscles work? They work by contracting and relaxing. An example of muscle contraction at work is when you do a dumbbell curl. Do you notice how your biceps seem to stack up and look bigger at the top of the curling action? That’s the muscles fibres sliding together…

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